House of Cards

The black-hearted villain Francis Urquhart narrates a story of greed, corruption, and burning ambition in "House of Cards," the precursor of the hit Netflix series, originally presented as a four-hour miniseries by the BBC.

Francis gives viewers the opportunity to follow along with his innermost thoughts and plans as he expertly manipulates his political rivals and takes them down one by one. This award-winning four-hour political story is expertly woven together by lead actor Ian Richardson’s sly looks, and ironic comments to the camera.